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    KCR’s change of power in Telangana impacts farmers from other states

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    K Chandrasekhar Rao, the president of BRS, spoke on Thursday about how the people of Telangana’s decision to remove his government has disheartened farmers in other states. He claimed that the State had shown exceptional governance during his address to leaders and activists at his farmhouse. Rao highlighted the development and welfare work done by the BRS government in areas like electricity, irrigation, drinking water, and agriculture, which he said was unprecedented in the country’s history.

    He mentioned that people from neighbouring states, such as Maharashtra, were impressed by Telangana’s agricultural progress and desired KCR’s leadership. Leaders from Maharashtra who had met him recently expressed their disappointment over the recent election results and believed that the absence of KCR’s rule had caused more suffering to farmers in their state and across the country. They felt that the country had lost a visionary leader in KCR, who they believed could have brought about a farmer-friendly government.

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    KCR recalled how farmers across the country had protested peacefully in Delhi against the previous BJP government’s agricultural laws, which they believed were harmful. He criticized the previous government for the deaths of 700 farmers and encouraged activists not to lose hope despite their recent defeat. He emphasized that in a democracy, the people have the final say, and the opposition’s role is not permanent. He urged politicians to focus on public welfare rather than being consumed by wins and losses.

    KCR stressed the importance of unity with the people and continuous advocacy for their issues to earn their support. He expressed disappointment over the discontinuation of various schemes like irrigation, drinking water, electricity, fee reimbursement, and CMRF by the current government, which were initiated by the BRS administration.

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